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Author Jon Ronson explores alternative intelligence and warfare tactics in the post-Iraq war world.
Review of Norman Podhoretz. Ex-Friends. Falling Out with Allen Ginsberg, Lionel & Diana Trilling, Lillian Hellman, Hannah Arendt, and Norman Mailer. Norman Podhoretz has written a Memoir of his involvement with a number of famous people.
Have you ever wondered how marketing companies come up with their advertising campaigns? As consumers, we are a mess of contradictions; Motivational Research sorted us out years ago.
“In fighting against racism, I had never been fighting against America; I had been fighting against racism in America.” So said Shelby Steele in his seminal book entitled “Shame,” which reflects on the failures of liberalism in achieving racial equality in America. Whateve...
Shame on liberalism. Shelby Steele’s book entitled “Shame” describes how blacks in America have been sold out by liberals, the political group that bends over backwards to shower favor on the race. Shelby Steele writes his latest book with more than casual familiarity with lib...
Although published in 1998, John Miller's book proved to be quite prophetic in pointing out what was wrong with the newspaper industry in the 1990's and how it could get worse in the 21st century.
This is my first page here at Wikinut... and my first article is about gender equality. Here's a by Nancy Smith entitled, "For Every Woman"
Mikhail Sholokhov was a Russian writer whose monumental work "and quiet flows the Don" won him a Nobel Prize.
Jaswant was a stalwart BJP leader. His book on partition is an eye opener and worth reading for all who are interested in the history of the sub-continent
The fifth amendment is debated an a book by Daniel Klaidman discusses this aspect with regard to the killing of Awalakhi
"Blasphemy" is Asia Bibi's only voice to the outside world. A short read, it is a glimpse into her thoughts and emotions as she waits, condemned to death by hanging for her religious beliefs. Much has passed since the writing of this book, but it is worth the read.
This may be the one million question, but watching and listening to Dr. Wood will give us clues on who made the tallest and strongest built buildings on Earth on September 11.
“Quotations from Chairman Mao Zedong” can claim to be the world’s second ever best-seller (after the Bible) with more than 900 million copies having been printed since its publication in 1964. However, it is a matter of debate as to how many copies would have been printed had it...
some of us blame Tony Blair for the part he played in bringing so much destruction and turmoil to the Middle East. Nevertheless, I have to say his book Tony Blair A Journey an Autobiography is very well written.
Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals teaches the lessons any community organizer needs to learn to understand how to effect social and political change through tactics and fundamentals in community organizing. Tactics used by the Clintons and the Obamas
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